Diabetic Nephropathy with Bubbles in Urine: Which Treatment Best

Diabetic nephropathy can be caused by type 1 and type 2 diabetes due to renal damages because of long-term high blood glucose level. About 40% diabetes patients will develop diabetic kidney disease.

In clinic, steroids drugs and immunosuppressive agents are commonly used to help eliminate proteinuria to a certain degree. But we have to say that these medicines are likely to cause a series of side effects like headaches, low immunity, central obesity, nausea, vomiting, bone disease, moon face, mood swing, etc. While the most important thing is that these medicines can not help Diabetic Nephropathy patients avoid dialysis and kidney transplant effectively.

Bubbles in urine is often caused by the increased surface tension of urine. In fact,some organic and inorganic materials in urine is the main cause of foamy urine. For patients with Diabetes,the excess glucose in urine will increase the urine viscosity and surface tension,leading to the bubbles in urine.

At the same time,patients may also be told that their creatinine is higher than before. Both of proteinuria and high creatinine can show diabetes patients about their renal damage. Owing to the complex metabolic disorders of Diabetic Nephropathy,it is more intractable compared with other kinds of kidney diseases. So it is necessary for patients to take timely effective treatments to delay the exacerbation of renal lesions.

Nowadays, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is commonly used in clinic to treat Diabetic Nephropathy and other kinds of kidney diseases. It aims at repairing kidney damage and recovering kidney function through a series of functions. Email to kidneyfailurecn@hotmail.com with your detailed disease condition,we are glad to offer you more professional guidance as soon as possible for free.


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